SUMMARY: Install Sol2.3 on CMD,LUN=1

Date: Tue Jan 17 1995 - 22:21:54 CST

Dear Sun-Managers,

The question:
>I have a probplem with the CMD controller (two disks under
>the same Controller/Target. I found out that I can use
>/dev/dsk/c0t3d1s* after adding LUN=1 entries in /kernel/drv/sd.conf.
> ^
>But I have a running system on LUN=0 and I want to install a new
>system on LUN=1. Is there a way to tell the Boot-Install procedure
>from CDROM to create devices, install and configure on LUN=1 ?

The answers (all of them, by now...)

You might try setting the boot device in the EEPROM.

As far as I know, NO!!! I have a similar problem, with one of my RAID
disk systems.

I've complained about this to the SCSI lead engineer at Sun, and he was
kind enough to file (or prioritize) a "bug report" about it. It might be
changed in Solaris2.5, which is supposed to be out in the summer of '95.

Thank you very much for your response Leif and Mark.


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